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Feb 8, 2013 7:00pm PST
notice new york city and jersey didn't have a lot of snow over the next couple of hours. now it's starting to fill in a little bit. it's a little too late. this storm is moving very quickly. look at it on satellite imagery. you can see it just to the south. it's even past cape cod now. for new york city, you have two to four inches on the ground. you'll get another two to three by the time it's all said and done. new york city it's a tough forecast from the start. if there's one city that would be considered a bust, maybe that would be it. heaviest snow shifts, rhode island, massachusetts, new hampshire, coastal maine. we'll be ending the snow in the overnight hours. adirondacks, catskills, poconos and new jersey. we'll have blowing snow out there. heavy accumulating snows will be ending during the overnight hours. if anything, the storm is moving a little faster than expected. a lot of us will actually wake up with no snow falling from the sky saturday morning. the storm total forecast, new york city at 6 to 10, down to 4 to 8. we have a shot of getting 18 or so around hartford
Feb 14, 2013 7:00pm PST
. people made tent cities because they couldn't be in their rooms because there was so much water. they slept on the deck for five days. >> is we are showing a picture of the sleeping conditions out on the deck. is that where you slept. >> we did not get water in our room we were among the few. what happened to us we had no light and toilet. we had a bag to take care of that business. the people on the first and second level the children, the children out there was the worst part. >> yeah, you know managing all of this, social engineering. did anybody lose their temper? how do you describe the demeanor of the ship? the crew was fantastic. they did everything that they could. last night, people's tempers started flying. we were watching a movie. she refused to leave and they put her in the brig for the night. it could have been much, much worse. the folks were pretty much at their breaking point when the ship pulled into the dock. joining us by phone is one of her fellow passengers. jamie ed schultz good to have you with us tonight. i mean absolutely. this has been memorable to say
Feb 26, 2013 7:00pm PST
! >>> in the spotlight, the unbelievable cost of modern medicine. so a 30-year-old man, oklahoma city, we'll call him steve h., suffered from back pain, nothing too uncommon, adults in the country get pain often for back pain. steve had an element planted in his back, be in and out, same day surgery, steve wouldn't even have to spend a single night in the hospital. plus, he was insured through his union, which had an annual payout of $60,000. and he still had thousands to spend. how much could a routine out-patient procedure for a stop-watch sized thing cost? well, cost steve $86,000. and little did he know the cost of the stimulater would wipe out his payout. nobody told him it had a price tag of $49,237. on top of that, he was charged for the marker they used to write on his back, another $32 for a blanket, yes, a reusable hospital blanket to keep him warm. he had to pay $39 for the larger hospital gown, not the win he wore, the surgeon's gown, you can buy them for six apiece. unfortunately, steve h.'s story is not uncommon. they take a look at steve h. and many other americans struggling to pay th
Search Results 0 to 7 of about 8 (some duplicates have been removed)